Lady Singers of Our Cen­tury per­form three times in Stan­ley Bridge this month

The Guardian (Charlottetown) - - ENTERTAINMENT -

STAN­LEY BRIDGE, P.E.I. Fans of the trib­ute to the “Lady Singers of our Cen­tury” con­cert, fea­tur­ing songs by Loretta Lynn, Emmy Lou Har­ris, Rita Mac­Neil, Patsy Cline, Linda Rond­stad, Tanya Tucker and The MacGuire Sis­ters, will have three more chances to see the pop­u­lar show this month.

The first show is set for Sun­day, July 9, at the Stan­ley Bridge Cen­tre and is a fundraiser for the cen­ter that was formerly known as the Stan­ley Bridge United Church.

Be­cause the foun­da­tion is de­te­ri­o­rat­ing, the build­ing has to be moved off the present site, then back to the prop­erty and put on new foun­da­tion.

The sec­ond show is Mon­day, July 17, at Cen­tral Queens United Church; and the third per­for­mance is Mon­day, July 31, at the Sum­mer­side Pres­by­te­rian Church.

Hosts for all three con­certs are Judy McGre­gor and Joan Reeves, also known as Ding and Dong. Join­ing them will be singer-song­writer Jolee Patkai, gospel singer Keila Gly­don and Ge­orge­town na­tive and Rita Mac­Neil trib­ute per­former Colleen MacPhee.

McGre­gor and Reeves will pay trib­ute to Tanya Tucker and The MacGurie Sis­ters.

All three shows start at 7:30 p.m. Tick­ets are avail­able at the door.

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